Gabrielle Hamilton to Visit Stratford Chefs School


STRATFORD, Ont. — New York chef Gabrielle Hamilton is the new Joseph Hoare Gastronomic Writer In Residence at the Stratford Chefs School, a program named after the late Toronto Life food editor.

Hamilton is currently chef-owner of New York’s Prune Restaurant and the author of Blood, Bones, and Butter.

She will be in residence from Jan. 11 to 23 and work alongside students to prepare three four-course dinners on Jan. 15, 21st and 23rd. “An individual who loves food and develops skills as a writer can make an immense contribution to the culinary world. I anticipate that teaching these culinary students will be both exciting and rewarding. I am delighted to have this opportunity to potentially inspire new food writers,” said Hamilton.

Hamilton will also be participating in public events including a talk with journalist Ian Brown at the Appel Salon in Toronto Reference Library on Jan. 11 and a Stratford Chefs School pop-up dinner with chefs Carl Heinrich and Ryan Donovan at Richmond Station in Toronto on Jan. 17.

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